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that there's even beyond literacy there was a sense that islam was a prophetic religion that had a strong ethos of solidarity and social justice that i think helped enslaved peoples survive in all sorts of ways. >> how conscious other than people like the traders and the viceroy, how conscious were sort of the people of the, the white people of the americas i guess who respect the people of the -- who aren't the people of the americas that they were muslims? was that part of the perception of it all or all the same that they just came from somewhere else and had their own -- >> i think it wasn't a problem until it became a problem, you know? if it was -- so in the largest urban slave rebellion in americas in history was led by, was -- had very strong participation by muslims in 1835. and that became very much part of the counterinsurgent response of, you know, islam as a problem. from the beginning, again, from nearly the first early uprisings and movements for resistance muslims often iewfed as a problem. -- identified as a problem. and spanish authorities were constantly issuing edicts
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